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Employment Media/Resource Center

The WWRC Employment Media/Resource Center has a dual emphasis on career development and job search activities as well as the provision of instructional media, media production, and on-line services to address the learning needs of students and to support faculty research, planning, and teaching. The Employment Media/Resource Center strengthens both the students' and instructors' ability to access current career development and job search information specific to the Virginia labor market in a timely, responsive manner. In career exploration and job search, the Employment Media/Resource Center is highly utilized by students and faculty, and is regularly accessed individually and/or for small group instruction.

In support of and to supplement these primary functions consistent with WWRC's mission and vision, the WWRC Employment Media/Resource Center:

  • conducts Job Seeking and Keeping Skills classes
  • provides assistance in developing employment resumes
  • assists students in registering with the Virginia Employment Commission (VEC) for employment preparation and the local/regional/statewide job search process;
  • provides resources and instructional guidance relative to the Virginia Voter Registration Program

While primarily accessed by departmental staff and students of WWRC's Vocational Training Department, the WWRC Employment Media/Resource Center is open to all WWRC residents and day students, staff, and visitors.

The WWRC Employment Media/Resource Center, located in the Watson Activity Building, provides evening and weekend access when the Anderson Training Building is closed. It is one of the many resources available to staff, students, and visitors.

Current hours of operation are:
Monday through Fridayphoto of headphones

  • 9:15 AM - 4:00 PM
  • 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday

  • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

WWRC's Media Center inventory includes books, CDs, DVDs, electronic assets, and supplemental teaching supplies. Media Center computers are equipped with Zoom Text and Read/Write Gold software to provide access, as needed, to computer- based learning and recreational reading resources. There is wifi access across campus.

Student aides are employed through a competitive hiring process to extend media center availability on evenings and weekends and to assist their peers in Employment Resource Media Center resources.

Contact Information

Email: Media Center

Phone: 800-345-9972, Ext. 5403327376
or 540-332-7376 | TTY 800-811-7893

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